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Our new featured ranter, Nermin Wahab, is an Egyptian activist who lives in the Washington DC metro area. We are thrilled Nermin has agreed to use the TalkBackTVmideast platform to create her special brand of media commentary. Nermin advocates for equality, justice and freedom in US, the Mideast and across the globe. She is highly respected in the activist community and claims she chooses to rant because she hates to write and needs an outlet for her voice to be heard. We agree! Nermin has already produced great work for TalkBack. Her insight, intelligence, perspective and focus on women’s issues... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2012 at Talk Back MidEast
If you like your sports talk straight, no punches pulled, no BS your probably a fan of Charles Barkley. So are we. You've listened to him, laughed at him, marveled at him, and probably been embarrassed for him......Now you can TalkBack to him. And that's exactly what TalkBackToCharlesBarkley featured video... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2012 at Talk Back Charles Barkley
We are thrilled that Khaled Eibid is a featured ranter at TalkBackTVmideast. Khaled is highly respected in the activist community. His insights and intelligence bring a fresh perspective to important issues. While he is not a “Celebrity Blogger”, nor interested in self-promotion, Khaled is followed on twitter by almost every important voice in the Mideast. We were introduced to Khaled through our friend Raafat Rohaiem who felt that Khaled had the potential to become an important new voice of media commentary. Khaled has already produced many gripping rants and been featured in a article on TalkBackTVmideast. Check out Khaled’s... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2012 at Talk Back MidEast
TalkBackTVMideast has many people to thank this holiday season! In the last few months we launched our media commentary site dedicated to freedom, open discussion and justice in the Mideast. We could not have done it without our good friend Raafat Rohaiem @raafatology. It never would have happened. Our behind the scenes tech developers, John Drago, Cory Crosland Michael Fiedel and the whole Croscon crew have been incredibly generous with their time. Beyond belief ...thank you for putting up with us. Our Featured Ranters Khaled Eibid @khaledeibid and Nermin Abdelwahab @nermin79 have really given us a jolt and are important... Continue reading
Posted Dec 24, 2011 at Talk Back MidEast
Repression brutality, snipers who target the eyes of demonstrators with rubber bullets, sexual abuse of female activists, a culture of police torture. We sleep with a government that turns against its own. The U.S needs to choose between democracy or buying protection of its strategic interests for $3 billion a year. Real democracy and freedom are by nature messy, chaotic and clearly less controllable than a military run society. But we can’t have it both ways. Where does the United States of America stand? Where do you stand? is content creation tool that empowers citizen journalists and bloggers to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2011 at Talk Back MidEast
Google, Facebook, Mozilla, Adobe and other leading Silicon Valley tech giants rubbed shoulders for two days with leading activists, developers and human rights organizations from around the world to discuss the intersection of technology and activism. The Arab Spring was front and center, when an emotional live speech was streamed from a street protest in Yemen, with a message of hope and thanks to conference attendees. The Conference gave TalkBackTVMideast an opportunity to present to leading Middle East activists who traveled to San Francisco – including Mohamad Najem of SMEX Beirut, Kamal Sedra Ala Abd El-Fatah of Egypt and S.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2011 at Talk Back MidEast
Talk Back TV has shared their blog Talk Back MidEast
Oct 30, 2011
The frustration driven need to scream and even to throw something at your TV is universal. Everyone at some point, Talks Back To TV. But for 50 years TV has been a passive experience. Click the remote, flop on the couch, zone out and watch what the “powers that be”... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2011 at Talk Back Charles Barkley
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